How to Achieve Unbreakable Confidence


A powerful masterclass between 30 to 45 minutes

hosted by Evette Rose, Founder and Author of Metaphysical Anatomy Technique

Join my fast-track master classes that are designed to bring you high-volume, impactful research, exercises, and tools to support you in your quality of life. We all have busy schedules in our lives and not having time should never be an excuse for you to put yourself first. During these fast-track masterclasses, I make it possible for people with a high-paced lifestyle to keep up to support themselves in their lives and journeys.

I look forward to hosting this masterclass on achieving unbreakable confidence. When you try to build yourself up, you pep talk yourself into this excellent state, then you plummet and drop. Listen, that's normal. We all have good days, and we all have bad days. I have them too. What's important is to have your confidence and see this as a foundation on which you build your life and your house on. If your confidence is a bit wobbly or broken or maybe not as strong as it should be, there are some fault lines in it. And, of course, the house and everything else on top of it will also wobble as a result. That is very important. Having good and bad days is normal, but you want this foundation to be strong. 

Join me in this masterclass to show you how to stay connected and stay true to that core strength that you have within yourself. We sometimes forget because our emotions can get so big, and stress can feel like it's out of control. I'll teach you how to stay centered during these moments in time because we can do that by knowing that our platform, our foundation is solid and unbreakable. We will also do a powerful healing exercise and a healing meditation. 

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Presented by:

Evette Rose
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Evette Rose is the Founder of the Metaphysical Anatomy Technique and the author of Metaphysical Anatomy Volume 1 and 5 other books. Her original work, Finding Your Own Voice relates to her experience in overcoming the trauma of abuse. Metaphysical Anatomy was written to support alternative practitioners as well as guide the general public to sharpen their skills, knowledge and self-help techniques.